Name, Location, What You Do:
Jazzsoon. Bklyn/Philly Beat digger, producer, arranger.
Bob James, Roy Ayers, Herbie Hancock, Ced Gee, DJ Premier, Godfather Don, Mf Doom, Q-tip, Large Professor, Pete Rock, Lord Finesse way too many important people to mention.
Favorite Records at the Moment:
The Hot Rock Ost, Dollar Ost, Andy Bey Experience & Judgement .
Best Digging Story:
I was diggin’ in Anchorage, AK around ’03 at a second-hand store called Bishops Attic, while I was going through the records they had which were all garbage some dude came up to me and asked me if I liked records and if I wanted to take a look at a stack that was sitting in the basement of a house he just bought. To make a long story short I wound up buying about 150 records for like 50 dollars in that stack were copies of the 24 Karat Black record, Change Up the Groove by Roy Ayers, Black Merda, Don Blackman and a bunch of other bombs!
Favorite Mix and Why. Any Genre, Any DJ.
My Favorite mixes will forever be the ones that I would tape on the radio in the early ’90s mainly by Kid Capri when he was on WBLS if I’m not mistaken my tapes are long gone but I can still hear the mixes in my head every time I hear certain songs.
LP, 12”, or 7” format?
Lp, 45 then 12″s
Junk Food You Can’t Live Without:
Most Memorable Gig Played:
2017 at Hi Fidelity Records in L.A. Shit was memorable in more ways than one I had the crowd locked in with me heavy that night
Record That Never Leaves Your Record Box:
First Tarika Blue album, Eugene McDaniels Headless Heroes or De Wolfe Mean and Dirty.
Shout Outs, Last Remarks, and Gig Info:
Shout out to everyone who deserves a shoutout big yourself up!